U.S. District Court, RI
U.S. District Court, MA
After leaving one of Rhode Island’s oldest general-practice law firms in 2018, Rob founded his own firm with one simple goal in mind: delivering his clients aggressive, efficient, and smart legal services at reasonable rates.
Early in his career, Rob worked for a few Rhode Island law firms which focused on very different practice areas. From those experiences, he gained significant exposure to almost every field of law. Rob has represented individuals, for-profit and nonprofit corporations, estates, municipalities, and quasi-municipal bodies on matters ranging from simple auto accidents, divorces, and misdemeanor criminal charges to more complex matters such as civil rights violations, wrongful death lawsuits, felony assault and felony drug possession charges, employment discrimination lawsuits, commercial transactions, and shareholder disputes.
Rob is licensed to practice law before the State Courts and Federal District Courts of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
Rob graduated from the honors program at Providence College in 2008 with a degree in English. After taking one year off from school (during which he worked in marketing for a web startup company in Montreal, installed and repaired commercial HVAC systems, and learned how to box), he enrolled at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., in 2009.
While studying at Georgetown Law, Rob was a finalist in the school-wide negotiation competition in 2011, a member of the Alternate Dispute Resolution division (negotiation, arbitration, and mediation) of the Barristers' Counsel, a third baseman on the co-ed softball team, and the occasional fill-in instructor for the beginner boxing class at Georgetown Law's fitness center.
Rob earned his law degree in 2013, and his master of laws with distinction in 2014, both from Georgetown Law.
Other than his time in law school, Rob is a lifelong Rhode Islander. In his spare time, Rob enjoys working out, studying Stoic philosophy, watching sports (in particular, the Celtics, the Friars, and the Washington Nationals), and spending time with his family, friends, and dog.